The Institute will present three Family Open House Programs during the year. These highlight a few of the many fields of scientific study and exploration that have been a part of the Wagner's curriculum for the past 160 years. Presentations are given in the historic lecture hall with scavenger hunts, crafts, and other activities taking place in the museum.
These family programs are appropriate for ages 6 - 12 but are enjoyed by older children, teenagers, and adults alike.
WAGNER ON THE WEEKEND
The Institute is open from 12 - 4 PM on these days.
The collection may be viewed without attending the program.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2018
Community Science Day: Harvest Festival
NOON - 4:00 PM
Come spend an afternoon at the Wagner learning about this special time of year when the leaves change colors and the crops are ready to be harvested. You'll also be able to explore our museum gallery where you can learn about the Harvest Moon and what animals do during the fall season.
REFRESHMENTS & PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED!
- Dr. Karen Snetselaar from St. Joseph's University's Biology Department talking about different ways we preserve crops that are gathered
- Learn about the leaves' color changes through chromatography
- Learn about the Harvest Moon and its different phases
- Scavenger Hunts